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|Ontario Province is different when it comes to Auto Insurance.
Once a license expires, you lose the status and also the continuity. Under this condition you must obtain an International Drivers Permit to keep up with the continuity if you are away from your normal residence.
Also, when you add a second driver to the policy, they will charge whatever it calls for and it could range between 40 to 80 dollars or more, over and above what you pay as your premium.
These are normal fees that they charge here. That is insurance for us here in Ontario.
Originally posted by Panasonic
My wife got her G2 licence in 2010 , her G2 licence was expired because we are in back home at the time of renewal. She has to give G1 again G2. She passed G1 in 2015 and got her G2 licence last year.
When I added her name last year they increased my premium $70 more they said your wife has G2 licence and no experience of driving.
I dont understand why insurance company does not consider her 5 years experience she drove car 5 years without any ticket and claim. licence can be expired but experience can not be expired. these insurance company are blood sucker in Canada.
Have you guys any experience on it.